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A passion for creating art

Let's offer ALL students the art education experience they deserve, says Rebecca Bromley-Woods. As the UK education system has become increasingly narrow and focused on...

It’s not just the audience that needs relaxed performances

The Stencil Pencils explain how being neurodiverse affects them as performers. Hello everybody, I'm Kale aged 13, one of the founders of TSP—The Stencil Pencils....

RNIB’s Bookshare gains momentum

Bookshare, the Royal National Institute of Blind People's outstanding library of learning resources for those with a vision impairment now has a million titles,...

Point of view: parent

Baking, dyslexia and parenthood. Alex Tait’s on a roll… I wear two hats. One that comes with being a specialist dyslexia teacher and the other,...

Environment and behaviour

Cheryl Bedding looks at environmental audits for children with sensory integration needs. Environments tell us what to do, and they can be arranged to make...

SEN117 : March/April 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN117: March/April 2022 here As we await the upcoming and, hopefully, comprehensive SEND review, it is reassuring to know that Members of...

Play can boost relationships…but it won’t ‘reverse’ autism

Elise Stirling responds with a neurodiverse perspective to the idea of autism being a reversible condition. Recently, headlines such as “Early baby therapy could reduce autism...

Supporting dyslexic learners beyond a year of learning loss

Rick Bell highlights the lack of access to assistive technology for younger learners. Amidst the disruption to education caused by the pandemic, there has been a...

ADHD and the classroom – Why is it so hard to...

The challenges of the classroom No child was born to sit still. They are programmed to always be on the go; whether that’s running, jumping,...

Is That Clear: Effective Communication In a Neurodiverse World: Autism-inspired tips...

The authors together combine expertise in language development and autism and have created a concise pocketbook guide that is aimed at informing and advising...

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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